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Journal of International Affairs

Journal of International Affairs  
Discipline International affairs
Language English
Edited by Bryan Griffin
Publication details
Publisher
The Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York (United States)
Publication history
1947–present
Frequency Biannual
Indexing
ISSN 0022-197X
Links
  • Journal homepage

The Journal of International Affairs is a leading foreign affairs journal edited by the graduate students at the

Editorial Board

  • Editor in Chief: Bryan Griffin
  • Managing Editor: Sarah Wall
  • Senior Editor: Adam Read-Brown
  • Senior Editor: Lydia Tomkiw
  • Senior Editor: Kristin Lewis
  • Senior Editor: Felipe Umaña
  • Production Director:Maria Chea
  • Associate Production Director: Andrew Perry
  • Online Managing Editor: Tiffany Simon
  • Senior Editor, Online: Zenobia Azeem
  • Book Review Editor: Calvin Hyun Tae Kim
  • Features Editor: Rosalind Adams
  • Cordier and GPPN Editor: Michael Stecher
  • Marketing Director: Mariana Quevedo Vallejo
  • Business Director: Zeyu Peng
  • Director of Editorial Assistants: Madeline Velturo

Previous Editors in Chief

  • Harrison Parker, 1947–48
  • John Lippmann, 1948–49
  • Richard Rowson, 1950–51
  • Richard Newman, 1951–52
  • Roger Ross, 1952–53
  • Albert Mark, 1953–54
  • Richard Cornell, 1954–55
  • Richard Palmer, 1955–56
  • John Kruse, 1956–57
  • R. Laurence Garufi, 1957–58
  • Richard Dodson, 1958–59
  • Aurelius Fernandez, 1959–60
  • Edward Greathead, 1960–61
  • Bruce Nelan, 1961–62
  • Everett Kelsey, 1962–63
  • Bernard Klem, 1963–64
  • Aaron Klieman, 1964–65
  • Robert Matthews, 1966–67
  • John Farrell, 1967–68
  • John Quitter, 1968–69
  • John Rounsaville, 1969–70
  • Paul Shapiro, 1970–71
  • David Sullivan, 1971–72
  • James Grant, 1972–73
  • Brian Connelly, 1973–74
  • Gregg Rubinstein, 1974–75
  • Marc Wall, 1975
  • Mary-Ellen Pignatelli, 1975–76
  • Douglas Cardon, 1976
  • Alan Buckley, 1976–77
  • Stephen Douglas, 1977–78
  • David Chaffetz, 1978–79
  • Lesley Rimmel, 1980–81
  • Martin Marris, 1981–82
  • Joshua Katz, 1982–83
  • Lauren Kelley, 1984
  • Roger Baumann, 1985
  • James Ryan, 1986
  • Paul Walting, 1987
  • William Rogers, 1988
  • Martin Malin, 1989
  • Julie Rasmussen, 1990
  • Gregory White, 1991
  • Matthew Tiedemann, 1992
  • Melissa Sawin, 1992–93
  • Sonali Weerackody, 1993–94
  • M. Kathleen Tedesco, 1994–95
  • Michael Pedroni, 1996–97
  • Ana Cutter, 1997–98
  • S. Austin Merrill, 1999–2000
  • Robert A. Schupp, 1999–2000
  • Deirdre Brennan, 2000–1
  • Nancy van Itallie, 2001–2
  • Priscilla Ryan, 2002–3
  • Genevieve Sangudi, 2003–4
  • Hamilton Boardman, 2004–5
  • Moran Banai, 2005–6
  • Daniel Doktori, 2006–7
  • Saul Acosta Gomez, 2007–8
  • Eugene Sokoloff, 2008–9
  • Gerald Stang, 2009–10
  • Rikha Sharma Rani, 2010–11
  • Paul Fraioli, 2011–12
  • Jon Grosh, 2012–13
  • Andrew Zsoldos, 2013–14

Advisory Board

Notable contributors

Recent Issues

  • Global Food Security (Spring/Summer 2014)
  • The Gender Issue: Beyond Exclusion (Fall/Winter 2013)
  • The Rise of Latin America (Spring/Summer 2013)
  • Transnational Organized Crime (Fall/Winter 2012)
  • The Future of the City (Spring/Summer 2012)
  • Inside the Authoritarian State (Fall/Winter 2011)
  • Sino-Indian Relations (Spring/Summer 2011)
  • Innovating for Development (Fall/Winter 2010)
  • Rethinking Russia (Spring/Summer 2010)
  • Pakistan & Afghanistan (Fall/Winter 2009)
  • Africa in the 21st Century (Spring/Summer 2009)
  • Global Finance (Fall/Winter 2008)
  • Water: A Global Challenge (Spring/Summer 2008)
  • Religion & Statecraft (Fall/Winter 2007)
  • Iran (Spring/Summer 2007)
  • Historical Reconciliation (Fall/Winter 2006)
  • The Globalization of Disaster (Spring/Summer 2006)
  • The Politics of the Sea (Fall/Winter 2005)
  • Financing Development (Spring/Summer 2005)
  • State Building (Fall/Winter 2004)
  • Land (Spring/Summer 2004)
  • Governance (Fall/Winter 2003)
  • Central Asia (Spring/Summer 2003)
  • Face of the State (Fall/Winter 2002)
  • Toeing the Blue Line (Spring/Summer 2002)
  • Children (Fall/Winter 2001)
  • Rogue States (Spring/Summer 2001)
  • Turkey (Fall/Winter 2000)
  • Shadow Economies (Spring/Summer 2000)
  • Fueling the 21st Century (Fall/Winter 1999)
  • Seeking International Justice (Spring/Summer 1999)
  • The Multiple Faces of World Poverty (Fall/Winter 1998)
  • Technology and International Policy (Spring/Summer 1998)
  • South Asia (Fall/Winter 1997)

External links

  • Official website: jia.sipa.columbia.edu
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